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Why Online Polls Work
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-10-19

    Table of Contents:
  • Why Online Polls Work
  • Creating an Online Poll
  • Displaying Online Polls
  • Why Online Polls Work

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    Why Online Polls Work - Creating an Online Poll


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    Want to create an interactive online poll that tabulates and presents results, accurately recording every vote to give you percentages on each answer? You could learn a lot of complex code that presents a graphically pleasing, easy-to-use poll for your online users. Or, you could simply use a free site that will do all the work for you. There are plenty of such sites to choose from, making online polling an extremely easy feature to add. 

    Twiigs (http://www.twiigs.com/) offers online polls users can browse at will, but you can also use this site to create your own polls any time. You’ll create the question and answers, customizing the poll to match the look of your site. Registration and sign up is free of charge.  

    With 99Polls (http://www.99polls.com/), you can easily add your polls to many different social networking sites (including MySpace, Friendster and Tagged). This way, you can add polls to your profiles as well as to your Web site. 

    When you choose to create a poll with these or any number of free sites, you’ll be given a code to place in your site’s HTML editor. Simply cut and paste the code to include it on your pages. 

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